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Regenerative Agriculture in Japan

 
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Hi everyone,

My husband and I are planning on travelling to Japan in October/November next year (2019). We were hoping to get some farm tours going while we're over there - does anyone know of any permaculture/natural farming/regenerative farming/holistically managed/fukuoka farms in Japan that will welcome visitors? We're willing to work if needed! Struggling to find much about it online and I dont know anyone in Japan to ask about it!

Cheers,

Emily
 
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Hello, Im Emilio, a permaculture farmer from Spain, living in Japan.

Me and my wife have started a proyect called Kuroiwa Permaculture Farm

We are at the 3º year on the site, but we start commercially in Spring. We can receive visitors, but we do not have accommodation. There are pensions and hotels in the area.

For more information, please visit our Facebook page.

Best regards,
Emilio
 
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I lived in Japan 4 years and follow some others there on Youtube. Look into the company suggested by this lady I follow:

 
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